Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Recalling ironies, bigly, in Walker's convention speech for Trump

After Trump eagerly fed highly-classified information in the Oval Office to his bestie Russian friends and again proved his Presidential disqualification, I went back to just how right-wing Wisconsin Governor and reliable word-smithing failure Scott Walker managed to craft an endorsement for Donald Trump at last summer's Republican National Convention.

In retrospect, Walker's eager embrace of irony entertains, though tragically, as he said to applause, in part:

After hearing the FBI director's report a few weeks ago, heck I listened to that and said I wouldn't even give Hillary Clinton the password to my Iphone, let alone access to highly classified information. 
...Hillary's scandal put our national security at risk and that ladies and gentlemen, makes Hillary Clinton unfit to be President of the United States.
Let's see...using Walker's words, that same 'FBI director['s]' won't be making any more reports upon which Walker can milk for applause.

Because that very same James Comey was fired by Trump because the FBI investigation investigation into Team Trump's associations with the very Russians to whom Trump blabbed 'highly classified information' has created another 'scandal' that 'put our national security at risk' making Donald Trump 'unfit to be President of the United States.'

Well done, prescient Governor.

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